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Basics Critics:54Viewers:70Rusty:77
Category: DramaNotable as: LGBTSub-Category: Gay, LGBT, Gay Themed, Gay Interest, DramaNarrative location: New York CityRuntime: 118 - 120 minutesColor: colorLanguage: EnglishCountry: United StatesDirector: William FriedkinScreenwriter: Mart CrowleyBased on: The Boys in the BandCinematography: Arthur OrnitzStars: Kenneth Nelson, Laurence Luckinbill, Leonard Frey, Cliff Gorman, Keith Prentice, Reuben Greene, Frederick Combs, Robert La Tourneaux, Peter White, Maud AdamsProducer: Mart Crowley, Dominick DunneStudio: Cinema Center FilmsAward details: (details at IMDb)

The Boys in the Band is a 1970 American drama film directed by William Friedkin. The screenplay by Mart Crowley is based on his Off Broadway play of the same title. It is among the first major American motion pictures to revolve around gay characters and is often cited as a milestone in the history of queer cinema. The ensemble cast, all of whom also played the roles in the play's initial stage run in New York City, includes Kenneth Nelson as Michael, Peter White as Alan, Leonard Frey as Harold, Cliff Gorman as Emory, Frederick Combs as Donald, Laurence Luckinbill as Hank, Keith Prentice as Larry, Robert La Tourneaux as Cowboy, and Reuben Greene as Bernard. Model/actress Maud Adams has a brief cameo appearance as a fashion model in a photo shoot segment in the opening montage of scenes.

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